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Bustang to Estes

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Bustang to Estes

Enjoy a day in Estes or Rocky Mountain National Park!

Epic summer adventures await at Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park! Get ready to make memories and arrive in style with Bustang to Estes. Enjoy free WiFi, power outlets, a restroom, bike racks, and abundant storage space as you sit back, relax and let us do the driving.

Catch the bus at Denver Union Station, US 36 & Sheridan Station, Broomfield Station, Table Mesa Station, or Lyons, for $15 round-trip (discounts available for children, seniors, individuals with disabilities, and students). While a park pass for RMNP is required, Bustang to Estes riders can skip the need for a timed entry pass. Check out the digital route brochure.

Bustang to Estes Tickets are Sold Online

Trips depart weekends from May 27 – October 1, 2023 with additional service on select holidays, including May 29, June 19, July 3 and September 4, 2023.

Be Prepared

If you’re riding straight into Rocky Mountain National Park*, make sure you’re prepared ahead of time for your day of fun! There are no stores or food services available along the route or within the park, so be sure to pack enough food, water, sunscreen, and appropriate gear (warm layers, hiking boots, etc.) for your adventure.

*You won’t be able to get off in Estes before heading into the park, so make sure you’re prepared for your day when you get on the bus!

You can also download the National Parks Service app to help map your route. 

Stay Safe!

Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park have an abundance of wildlife—elk, bighorn sheep, mule deer, and moose. Wildlife watching is a wonderful activity to do while you’re visiting, and we want you to be safe doing it! Maintain a safe distance, refrain from feeding the wildlife, and follow the direction of any park and town officials

Amenities Onboard Bustang to Estes

WiFi Icon


Electricity Outlet Icon

Power outlet & USB-B Port

Handicap Wheelchair Icon



Luggage Bags


Bike Racks

Bustang to Estes


Get a Valid Parks Pass

All individuals going into Rocky Mountain National Park do not need a timed entry pass, but must hold a valid park entrance pass. An Individual Pass is $15, or $30 for two or more riders in a group. Annual Pass, Senior Pass, or other lifetime passes to RMNP are accepted.